Only one, English. I've tried learning several others but did not get very far.
@thepunisherfan: Dude. Help me with starting Chinese or at the very least share your experience. I'm native speaker of Polish and have C2 in English followed by quickly improving Turkish and Czech. I wonder if Chinese is going to be an issue. What gave you the most issues?
Fluent in English and Filipino (Tagalog). Currently learning Spanish (a bit rusty) and some other language sooner or later (probably either French or German). I do plan on learning as much as I can so whenever I travel I would feel more like a local rather than a tourist so I can experience the culture as much as possible.
I speak English, Nigerian Pidgin/creole, and Igbo fluently.
I’m also very good at French(from my time in a French speaking country and learning it in school all my life), though I wouldn’t call myself fluent. More like proficient In a way.
@ourmanuel:Don't be ridiculous, Manuel. French is the language of crepes and baguettes. Not love. Everyone knows that (or I might just be hungry).
@anna_karenina: Then you shouldn't have phrased it in such a loving language. That's on you, Athena. :)
Lol. Never heard bread described as suffering. Must've been a horrible experience.
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